Consumers who are “healthy chic” – people who look at labels and are drawn to products that promise to improve health and wellness – are fueling the popularity of milk substitutes.
Consumers who are “healthy chic” – people who look at labels and are drawn to products that promise to improve health and wellness – are fueling the popularity of milk substitutes. Getty Images/Creatas RF
Consumers who are “healthy chic” – people who look at labels and are drawn to products that promise to improve health and wellness – are fueling the popularity of milk substitutes. Getty Images/Creatas RF

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July 08, 2014 12:00 AM

Cows no longer have a monopoly on milk

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